New Year’s Eve of 2009 happened to be a full moon, and this split-rail fence made a good foreground element. Strobist: 2000 Jeep Cherokee headlights, controlled by carbon-based voice activation.
The Air and Space Museum is a wonderful place. If you’re flying out of the nearby Dulles airport, save a few hours for a museum visit. As noble as it looks from a distance, up close the space shuttle Enterprise … Continue reading
I shot this photo of my nephew’s toy using the overhead kitchen light and a piece of white paper. Oddly enough, an almost-identical shot is at the Cagiva motorcycle Web site: http://www.mvagustausa.com/web-mvagusta/07_F4_1000R.html Is there a future for me in transportation … Continue reading
She may only be two, but older brother is already teaching her the video-game ropes.
Visiting Colonial Williamsburg today and saw this ghost in a doorway. This little boy wasn’t too sure about taking part in the historical re-enactment. The Governor’s palace at night. Close-up of the Palace’s tower is below. No star filter used … Continue reading
Children’s faces look sweet even when illuminated by a flat-screen TV. Strobist: 50-inch TV and handheld flashlight.
Even Porter the dog got a Christmas present: a new chew toy.
The record snowfall was several days before, but the tunnel in this playground still didn’t look like an inviting thing to slide down.
Do not mess with Batman! Strobist: SB800 with warming gel, camera left; SB800, high camera right. Dragged the shutter to get fire exposure.
In Baltimore to visit the Stone-Reising family. The Senator theater is a local icon, and today it was mourning the passing of the brother of another local icon, John Waters.
Still sick and traveling cross-country, a shot out of the plane window with my iPhone was the most I could hope for today. At least there were no lines at security!
My friend’s cat under the Christmas tree.